Whether you decide to make a monetary donation or bring in items for the animals - your gift is greatly appreciated!
FWACC also has an Amazon Wish List to help make donating even easier. Click here to see what we need right now! (Note: we do not endorse specific brands, the items on the list are the TYPES of items we need. Feel free to buy whatever brand you prefer.)
Note: In an effort to keep pets and owners together, we transfer donations of unopened dry pet food to the Pet Food Pantry and refer citizens in need of food assistance.
We now accept automatic recurring donations!
We are pleased to announce that you can now set up automatic monthly, semi-annual, or annual donations to FWACC with a credit card. If you are interested in this option click here to fill out the form.
Looking to donate your time to complete community service hours?
We are now offering opportunities for teens and adults to earn community service hours by helping the shelter! For teens, we offer "Teen Community Service Nights" throughout the school year to help them fulfill community service/volunteer hours. We also now offer programs for students to collect donations or run a campaign money drive outside of the shelter, on their own time.
To learn more about to start your own donation or campaign drive click here.
Here's a look at one way to earn community service hours: Fleece Kitty Bed Instructions
Animal Care Fund: This account is administered by the Animal Control Commission, a citizens' advisory commission appointed by the mayor and city council. This account is appropriate for wills, bequests, and donations towards broader shelter projects supporting all divisions of our department not covered by tax dollars. If you would like to help, but are not sure where to direct your funds, the commission will ensure they are spent responsibly through the Animal Care Fund.
- Adoption Program: Donations to this area help us attend to the immediate physical comfort, mental stimulation, training, and placement of sensational adoptable pets with great families. This includes support for offsite adoption programs and promotions.
- Medical Fund: Donations to this account purchase medical items such as surgical supplies, pain medications, and other medical items needed to help save the lives of sick or injured animals and to spay or neuter adoptable pets.
- Education: Our presence throughout the community, in schools, libraries, on radio, television, and the web are made possible by donations. Education donations work to prevent animal neglect, increase responsible pet ownership, promote spaying and neutering, provide awareness of department services, and keep children safe through animal safety education.
- Field Services: Our law enforcement division relies on donations to provide comfort and rescue items for animals as they investigate cruelty and neglect cases.
- Spay/Neuter (SNAP) Donations: Contributions are always needed to guarantee the continued success of our Spay Neuter Assistance Program. Your financial gift will help keep this important program in full operation to prevent unwanted litters and to help end euthanasia. Please specify: SNAP donation on your check.
- Special Needs Foods: Senior animals, underweight and neonatal animals, and wildlife are among those that benefit from this donation based area.
- Angel Fund: We maintain this capped donation sub account to provide extra assistance to a select number of exceptional animals in need of just a little bit more to make it to our adoption program.
- Volunteer Program: Many activities within our department rely heavily on the recruitment, training, and retention of volunteers. Donations to this sub account keep our volunteer program operational. Volunteers are always needed. Call 427-2579 for a volunteer application and for detailed information about volunteer opportunities and upcoming training dates.